“The basis for well-being comes from a balance of several crucial areas in life. When one or more areas falls short, the imbalance sets off an effect that throws off the entire equilibrium.
By measuring one’s well-being through an approach that integrates physical, mental and social, dimensions, a person can spot problems. Decisions on what to work on can be made, and small steps taken to restore balance and a sense of well-being.
Well-being is based on the ability to cope with and adapt to challenging life events.”
– Serge Jeudy